- n. UK, New Zealand A pharmacy.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. British a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold; a
- n. a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold
“Knowing that even the suggestion of fruit evokes powerful associations of health, freshness and cleanliness, brands across all categories have gone fruity on us, infusing everything from shampoos to bottled waters with pineapple, oranges, peaches, passion fruit and banana fragrances—engineered in a chemist's laboratory, of course.”
“It's there in Magnolia, when Linda Partridge realises too late that she actually loves the dying husband she married for money, and breaks down in a chemist's: "You have the balls, the indecency to ask me a question about my life," she bellows at the pharmacist, "suck my dick!”
“As a result, environmental scientists are forever looking for real-world events that, like a chemist's laboratory experiments, directly test specific aspects of the Earth system.”
“They also used the term "the prebiotic chemist's nightmare" to describe another part of the picture: How did that first self-replicating RNA arise?”
“I like 'Mighty-sinewed chemist's daughter' myself, though I suspect that's not a kenning because it's, y'know.”
“I am not an all-organic eater, except in the sense that I try not to eat things that are composed entirely of borosilicates, and I am too much the chemist's daughter (mighty-sinewed chemist's daughter!) not to make that joke.”
“Crunching beats, good tune, video of a model having an emotional breakdown in the chemist's … it effectively said to Fenech-Soler, the band who guested on the single, this is how you do it.”
“And most of those meals eaten at home are produced in plants, not grown on plants, are from a food chemist's lab, not a farmer's field.”
“A woman leavers a child in pram outside a chemist's shop and goes in.”
“She knew she took a slight risk in doing so -- she remembered the chemist's warning.”
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